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can anyone recommend me some good shops in east van area.ive been trying to get my bike started but no luck...seems like i need to clean my carbs but i dont really know how to and i dont wanna mess it up even more.anyone have any experience with a place called rising sun?i googled them and its seems like they even pick up motorcycles.
What's worked for me is draining the float bowls on the bottom of the carbs. Give that a shot, all you'll need is a small Allen key. You might have to remove a side fairing to reach the carbs, usually more easily accessed from the right side of the bike.
Just search "draining float bowls 09 ninja" and you should find something.
If you are going to a shop, I suggest Imperial like Gwilo mentioned.
Originally Posted by Jas29
How would a 250 be for mostly highway riding?
I also weigh 195lbs if that makes a difference Posted via RS Mobile
Personally, I think it's completely fine. Sure, it's nice to have that extra power on tap from a 600 to be able to accelerate quickly to pass someone, but a 250 should pose no problems. I've ridden a Ninja 250 a ton on the highway with no complaints at any speeds.
Just don't expect the same from a CBR125... gutless thing that is.
hey guys, as a seller of a bike, what is the best way to "show" the bike to potential buyers, allowing them as much exposure to the entire bike as possible, but not risk having them steal it or drop it?
- is asking for money in hand un reasonable?
- any suggestions for showing a relatively low priced bike? ($3800)
- looking for advice from those who've sold their bikes before or have bought used and the seller was more than reasonable to accommodate. Thanks!
I have never sold or bought privately before but here's my 2 cents.
- meet at a public place, like a mall or campus. I would never arrange a meet at home just because they may come back and attempt a steal.
- always ask for full cash in hand before test riding for sure if you allow it
- if you are not comfortable with them sitting on the bike, just simply don't allow it. If they do drop and damage the bike, it just further devalues the bike and/or cost you to fix it up before the next showing
Other than that, let them see that beast in all it's glory and good luck with sale! Posted via RS Mobile